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From Bar Chart to Table: Recording Maths Results!

In this worksheet, students use the data on a bar chart to put into a table.

'From Bar Chart to Table: Recording Maths Results!' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Charts and Graphs

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn how to use a bar chart to complete a table.

 

For Example:

The table and the bar chart show the marks gained by a class in a maths test.
Use the data in the bar chart to complete the data in the table.

 

Chart:

Frequency chart

Table: 

Mark Frequency
0-10
A
11-20
B
21-30
7
31-40
3
41-50
4
51-60
C

Find A, B, C.

How many children took the test?

 

Answers:

A = 6,

B = 4,

C = 2

Number of children who took the test = 6+4+7+3+4+2 = 26

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